Sound Board

Equipment & Software

Here are a few equipment & software suggestions to help make your production a little smoother.

Hard Drives

Seagate Expansion Desktop 4TB External Hard Drive

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This drive is great for  backing up your files on set and editing small projects. You should not get smaller then a 1TB drive. Video files can be large and if you use this drive to edit it will edit up a lot of space. 

G-Technology 4TB G-DRIVE USB 3.0 

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This drive is also great for backing up your files on set and editing. 

SAMSUNG T5 Portable SSD 2TB 

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This is the fastest and best drive, which also means it is the most expensive. I would recommend this drive if you are editing your film yourself. 

Software

Frame.i.o

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This is file sharing software that makes it easy to share files with your editor, producer or team. You can get up to two users for free. 

FilmicPro

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If you are planning to shoot on your cell phone this is a great App to make your footage look more cinematic. You can find this App in the App store on your phone. 

SHOTDECK

This is a great resource when you creating your look book or pitch deck for your film. It is a data base of shots, colors and various film tones from studio films that you can use as an example for your crew to share your vision for you film project.

Color Schemes Generator by Coolors

Need to share your color scheme with your crew but having trouble articulating the colors you see for your protagonist home or wardrobe? This app is a great resource to include in your look book as you are planning your set design. 

Equipment

Moondog Labs Lenses

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If you are planning on shooting with your phone these anamorphic lenses are great add-ons for your phone and will your footage a cinematic look. 

Atmosphere Aerosol

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Atmosphere or AKA Haze can make your footage look more like film. Making any light rays captured in your footage stand out. An inexpensive way to get that look is with haze in a can.